Pytt i Panna

A few weeks ago I was flicking through a Jamie Oliver cook book and came across his version of Swedish Pytt i Panna, which Jamie says means “little pieces”.  I’m not sure about that, but I do know that pytt i panna is very yummy, and basically a Swedish version of bubble and squeak, using leftovers cut into small evenly sized pieces, and topped with a fried egg.  When I was 15 I spent a year in Sweden, in the town of Svanesund, as an exchange student.  One of the families I stayed with (The Johansson’s) had 4 children, and we had great fun cooking.  The next time I had a fridge full of left overs pytt i panna came to mind and this is my version of it.  It’s traditionally made with potatoes, but I had lots of other cooked vegies in the fridge as well.  I also used … Continue reading